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Undergraduate and Graduate Students Posters in Mathematics Presented at the 2006 SACNAS National Conference

Undergraduate and graduate students presented posters in mathematics at the 2006 SACNAS National Conference. The prizewinning poster in mathematics was Permutations of Finite Fields that Decompose in Cycles of Length 2 and Are Given by Binomials, presented by Yesenia Cruz (University of Puerto Rico, Humacao). The presentations were in the exhibit hall, where fellow students, mathematicians, judges, other scientists and exhibtors could view the posters. See the list of the 2006 posters.

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Math posters at the 2006 SACNAS conference (presenter name is listed first, in bold):

A Stochastic Simple Epidemic Model with Preventative Quarantine. Jill M. Anderson (South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, Rapid City, SD), Adrienne A. Byrne (Buffalo State College, NY), Ruthie P. Fields (Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA), Linda Segovia (Honors College of Florida Atlantic University, Jupiter, FL)

The Effects of Myeloid Cells on Tumor-Immune Interactions in Different Scales. Diego Chowell (Universidad de Colima, Mexico), Irina Kareva (University of Maryland, College Park, MD), Rosa Torre (Cornell University, Ithaca, NY)), Anuj Mubay (Arizona State University, Tempe), Faina Berezovskaya (Howard University, Washington, D.C.)

OCD Therapeutic Dynamics: Markovian Based Simulations. Ricardo J. Cordero-Soto (Universidad Metropolitana, San Juan, PR), Karla Hernandez (Universidad de Colima, Mexico), Daniel E. Rios-Doria (City University of New York Staten Island), Kehinde Salau (St. Mary's College of Maryland, St. Mary's City)

The Brachistrochrone Problem Over Surfaces. Jessica Flores (University of Puerto Rico, Humacao)

The Two-Dimensional Dirac Equation. Cristi Darley Guevara (Arizona State University, Tempe)

A Theoretical Framework for a Three-State Spatial Population Model with Applications. Jennifer Houle (University of Maine, Orono), Michelle Bettelheim (Columbia University), Fabian Libado (University of Idaho, Moscow), David Hiebeler (University of Maine, Orono), and Karen R. Rios-Soto (Cornell University, Ithaca, NY)

Creating a Phylogenetic Tree Using Google Ranks. Chrystian V. Irazoque, Peter Salamon and Annalinda Arroyo (San Diego State University, CA)

Investigations into a Bayesian Approach to Inverse Problems. Marco A, López and Emile Doering (University of Arizona, Tucson), Luis Tenorio (Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO)

Characterization of Spatial Patterns in Microphotographies of Leaves Epidermis. Melissa Lopez (University of Puerto Rico, Humacao)

The Impact of the Sleeper Effect and Relapse on the Dynamics of Cigarette Smoking Among Adolescents. Ludguier D. Montejo (Columbia University, New York, NY), Odalys Colon-Rentas (University of Puerto Rico, Cayey), Leonard Gordon (Berea College, Berea, KY), Pamela Reitsma (University of Maine, Orono), Fabio A. Sanchez (Cornell University, Ithaca, NY), Baojun Song (Montclair State University, Montclair, NJ)

An Epidemiological Approach to the Dynamics of Chytridiomycosis on a Harlequin Frog Population. Casandra L. Pawling (Arizona State University), Mario Antonio Ayala-Valenzuela (Universidad de Colima, Mexiso), Adrian Nicholas Smith (University of Washington, Seattle), Linda Gao (North Central College, Naperville, IL), David Hiebeler (University of Maine, Orono), and Benjamin Richard Morin (Oregon State University, Corvallis)

Algebraic Interleavers in Turbo Codes. Danielle A. Rogers (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor), Jason M. Dolloff (Southwestern University, Georgetown, TX), Zack R. Kenz (Concordia College, Moorhead, MN), Jacqueline L. Rische (Whittier College, Whittier, CA)

Estimation of Within-Host Reproductive Number Distributions from HIV-I Viral Load Data. Kamau Romero (Brown University, Providence, RI), Jennifer Lamb (Northern Kentucky University, Highland Heights), Anibal Y. Lopez-Correa (University of Puerto Rico, Cayey), Xiaohong Wang and Ariel Cintron-Arias (Arizona State University, Tempe)

Mathematical Modeling of the Sex Worker Industry as a Supply and Demand System. Genevieve Y. Toutain (Arizona State University, Tempe), Lily Davidoff (New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, NJ), Karyn Sutton (Arizona State University, Tempe), Fabio Sanchez (Cornell University, Ithaca, NY), Christopher Kribs-Zaleta (University of Texas at Arlington) and Carlos Castillo-Chavez (Arizona State University, Tempe)

Modeling College Drinking Patterns Using Deterministic and Small-World Network Methodsi. Lori M. Voss (University of Missouri-Rolla), Lorenzo N. Almada (University of Missouri-Rolla), Roberto R. Rodriguez (North Carolina State University, Raleigh), Melissa J. Thompson (Central Washington University, Ellensburg)

A Comparative Applicaiton of Receiver Operating Characteristic (ROC) Curves to Acute Myeloid Leukemia Disease Subtypes. Jasmine Williams(Grambling State University, Grambling, LA), Imelda Rosas (Texas State University-San Marcos), Babatunde Oguntimein (University of Maryland, Baltimore County), Saulo Orizaga (University of Texas-Pan American, Edinburg)

Permutations That Decompose in Cycles of Length 2 and Are Given by Monomials (Part II). Louis Cruz (University of Puerto Rico, Humacao)

Permutations of Finite Fields that Decompose in Cycles f Length 2 and Are Given by Binomials. Yesenia Cruz (University of Puerto Rico, Humacao)

Properties of Permutations of Zpr with Cycles of Length 2 and Obtained with Monomials. Joyce M. Fernandez (University of Puerto Rico, Humacao)

The Impact of Global Warming on the Pacific Island of Tuvalu and Mathematics. Jasmine F. Laumoli and Eiko N. Tyler (Chaminade University, Honolulu, HI)

Traditional Samoan Fale and Geometry. Emeli F. Maualuga and Eiko N. Tyler (Chaminade University, Honolulu, HI)

On Solutions to a Nonlinear Elliptic Equation. Adriana Melgoza (Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, CA), Cathy Ho (Boston University, Boston, MA), Hernan Oscco (California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, CA)

Computational Models of the Collective Motion of Microorganisms. Raeanna Poplus (Tulane University, New Orleans, LA), Eric Malvaez (University of Texas-Pan American, Edinburg), Morgen Miller (Tulane University), Stefan Mendez-Diez (University of Maryland, College Park)

Investigating Prime Number Distribution. Oscar Rojo (Rice University, Houston, TX)

Fourier Restriction Problem and Its Relation to PDE. Daniel M. Romero, Cristi Darley Guevara and Svetlana Roudenko (Arizona State University, Tempe)

Analysis of Traffic Congestion on Lunalilo-Pensacola Area of Honolulu. Krystal Walthour and Chock Wong (Chaminade University of Honolulu, HI)

AMS staff visited the posters and provided a packet of math resources and a gift to each presenter.

Read more about the 2006 SACNAS National Conference.

--- Annette Emerson (AMS Public Awareness Officer)


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